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    Deputy National: National Coalition a two-thirds vote of the Federal Court Act 9/27

    Deputy National: National Coalition a two-thirds vote of the Federal Court Act

    The opinion of the parliamentary legal Committee member block Salim Shawki, Saturday, the Federal Court Act is one of the most important joints of the State, adding further legislation law, two-thirds of the Federal Court Act "away from the Kurds in the absence of flexibility in voting."

    Shawki said in a press briefing followed the Buratha news agency that "the Federal Court Act within projects to require a two-thirds majority, meaning the total votes of 219 votes for the purpose of the enactment", stating that "the voting law requires the presence of National Alliance members and other national forces including National Alliance, away from the Kurdistan Alliance forces which refuse to vote on it as it stood. "

    The contentious issue with Kurdish forces relating to the holding of the Court unanimously votes alayi decisions also unanimously," Noting that "this unfamiliar world, is disabled for the role of the Court, the fact that controversial issues not cut off unanimously it is difficult to verify".

    He noted that "the President of the Chamber of Deputies and other forces, promised to influence Kurdish powers to show flexibility to vote on law", pointing out that "in the absence of flexibility by the Kurds it, it would be a two-thirds vote in the presence of the National Alliance, the Alliance of patriotic forces".


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